Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Muslim Day at the Capitol (MDAC) will be a virtual event, held during the week of June 8.

Mark your calendar and register by May 29 to participate.

Health emergencies, such as the one presented by COVID-19, are important examples of why we all need to come together to advocate for laws that will protect all Californians.

For more information and to register, visit: caircapitolday.com

FAQ: 

How will a virtual MDAC work? 

We will be scheduling virtual meetings with elected officials from Monday, June 8, through Friday, June 12. Registered attendees will be placed in groups based on their region and each group will be scheduled to meet with at least one elected official. We will also host several virtual townhalls.  

What is on the legislative agenda? 

The legislative agenda has been set but remains contingent upon the legislative bodies’ schedule and which bills will be voted on this year.  

Where can we get more information about the legislative meetings? 

More information is available on our website here. We will also host two webinar trainings, during which we will explain how the virtual meetings will work and how to engage with elected officials about the bills.